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  • On a Sunday afternoon of [[ev78-10--4Mansfield Murders|October, 1878]], the little Victorian town of Mansfield was wrapped in its usual quiet an ...[[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:CH Chomley]] [[Category:December 1801]] [[Category:The True Story of the KellyGang of Bushrangers]] [[Catego
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  • On the 15th of April, 1878, six months prior to the Wombat murders, Constable [[Fitzpatrick|Fitzpatric ...[[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:CH Chomley]] [[Category:December 1804]] [[Category:The True Story of the KellyGang of Bushrangers]] [[Catego
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  • ...t, a bench warrant was issued in pursuance of the FELONS APPREHENSION ACT, 1878, under my hand and seal, in order to your answering and taking your trial f And whereas in pursuance of THE FELONS AND APPREHENSION ACT, 1878, I did on the fourth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and sevent
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  • THE FELONS APPREHENSION ACT, 1878. ...[[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:CH Chomley]] [[Category:December 1806]] [[Category:The True Story of the KellyGang of Bushrangers]] [[Catego
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  • Crown Law Offices, Melbourne , November 15, 1878. ...[[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:CH Chomley]] [[Category:December 1806]] [[Category:The True Story of the KellyGang of Bushrangers]] [[Catego
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  • ...trial on the charge of murdering the police party at Stringy Bark Creek in 1878. Every day the court had been crowded, for though in Beechworth the gang ha ...[[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:CH Chomley]] [[Category:December 1821]] [[Category:Recollections of a Victorian Police Office]] [[Category:C
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  • ...the hunt the bushrangers easily managed to elude them. Then, in December, 1878, came the celebrated visit of the robbers to Euroa, which is about 100 mile It was midday on December 10 when Ned Kelly walked into the homestead of Mr [[Faithfull's Creek (2)|Y
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  • ...e murder of the ill fated party of police in the Wombat Ranges, in October 1878, until the capture and death of the bushrangers at Glenrowan, in June 1880, ...]] [[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:Sup Hare]] [[Category:December 1805]] [[Category:Recollections of a Victorian Police Office]] [[Category:S
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  • ...e shooting at a young constable named [[Fitzpatrick|Fitzpatrick]] in April 1878. He had been sent to arrest Dan Kelly at his mother's house near Greta. He ...s to scour the Wombat Ranges . They left Mansfield on the 25th of October, 1878 , with pack-horses and provisions to last them some days. Sergeant Kennedy
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  • ...that the Kellys were to cross the Murray on the night of the 9th December 1878. The [[Nicolson|inspecting superintendent]] went to Albury, and he had hard ...]] [[Category:Books]] [[Category:People]] [[Category:Sup Hare]] [[Category:December 1807]] [[Category:Recollections of a Victorian Police Office]] [[Category:S
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  • ...ry arrived in Greta Ranges long before daylight next morning, December 11, 1878 . They came to their "Post Office," a marked tree stump, and plac December 14.
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  • ...was addressed to Mr [[Cameron, Donald, MLA|Cameron]], MLA, on December 14, 1878 , and its most striking feature is the appeal the outlaws make for a fair d
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  • On 12th December, 1878, Supt [[Hare|Hare]] arrived at Benalla to succeed Supt CH Nicolson, whose h Towards the end of December he had a good grip of the situation.  The Kellys were as elusive as the ra
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  • ...South Wales, and bore the postmarks of Bungowannah and Albury, December 3, 1878.
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  • '''INCIDENTS OF 1878''' ...(2)|Gooram Gooram Gong Wool Station]], at Faithful's Creek, on December 9, 1878 . Mr McCauley was manager of the station, the homestead of which is situate
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  • ...us at KellyGang 30/9/1876|Previous edition]] [[The Argus at KellyGang 19/2/1878|Next edition]] [[Category:1870s]] [[Category:December 1877]] [[Category:The Argus]] [[Category:Newspaper]] [[Category:press repor
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  • ...prisoner for trial at the Criminal Sessions to be held at Benalla on 19th December. Bail was refused.   ...at KellyGang 19/11/1878|Previous edition]] [[The Argus at KellyGang 23/11/1878|Next edition]]
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  • ...s at KellyGang 30/11/1878|Previous edition]] [[The Argus at KellyGang 6/12/1878|Next edition]] [[Category:1870s]] [[Category:1878]] [[Category:December 1878]] [[Category:The Argus]] [[Category:Newspaper]] [[Category:press report]] [
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  • [[Category:1870s]] [[Category:1878]] [[Category:December 1878]] [[Category:Kilmore free Press]] [[Category:Newspaper]] [[Category:press r
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  • ...us at KellyGang 2/12/1878|Previous edition]] [[The Argus at KellyGang 7/12/1878|Next edition]] [[Category:1870s]] [[Category:1878]] [[Category:December 1878]] [[Category:The Argus]] [[Category:Newspaper]] [[Category:press report]] [
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